Photo courtesy of Kenya's Head of State Dr William Samoei Ruto.
Kenyans inhabiting distinguished local and regional destinations have risen to a major warning message regarding the consumption of hot tea.
Health experts hailing from Tenwek Hospital, strategically placed at the heart of the altruistic and exemplary county of Bomet, have today, the 17th day of October, 2022 raised a red alarm to all kenyans, warning them against drinking hot tea, laying firm grounds that it causes throat cancer.
The health experts have warned kenyans that hot tea in precise has contributed to the high rates of throat and food pipe cancer currently being occasioned in the vast region of Western Kenya.
The health experts have articulated that kenyans inhabiting the imminent Western Kenya region prefer drinking hot tea, with some consuming it at temperatures culminating to 72 degrees Celsius, thus contributing to the rapid increase in cases of throat cancer in the region.
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